“It is great to be able to be in Norman and Moore,” said Rally Coordinator Donna Hingtgen. “We had many of our HOG. Family effected by the recent tornados and we are happy to be able to not only celebrate 30 years of HOG, and 110 years of Harley-Davidson, but also to celebrate the resilience and determination of Oklahomans as we rebuild.”
The rally is open to HOG members and their guests. Harley owners will have an opportunity to join HOG at the rally. The public is welcome to visit the vendor area at Fort Thunder Harley-Davidson.
Next year’s rally will be hosted in Claremore.
More information is available on their website at okstatehogrally.com or 580-763-4963.
Joy Hampton 366-3544